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Old 01-15-2017, 05:00 PM
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Just in knowing what a stickler Nick is for keeping things 100% original, I would say that he probably isn't going to want sealed beams.
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Gents, the one Kurt posted photos of looks pretty close to me! Maybe I'm just not seeing it.

Visited today and got a photo of the profile, plus the rear view. Crusty indeed - you can see the hole/damage on the left one in particular. Regardless, the guys are convinced they can get it right.
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Note the way the ring rolls/tapers. Not the depth. If using these, you would have to use sealed beams.
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